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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Jan. 21, 1902)
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THE DAILY NEBRASKA!.
g PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY 8
JR. HAGGARD, M. D. Omoo 1100
O Street, Rooms 212-213-214 Rioh
ftrds Block, Telophono 535. Residence,
1810 G Street, Telephone L984.
DR BENJ. F. BAILEY; Dr. May
Louise Flanagan; Ofllco, 141 South
12th Streot. Tolephono C18.
LP. DAVIS. ). D. S., Dentist.
Bridpe and Crown work. Ofilce
room 7, over Rock Island ticket ofllce.
Compliments of the
NEW LINCOLN BOWLING ALLEY
to the Pniversity students. Football
team especially invited to call and en
joy a nice clean entertainment and
healthful exorcise Club rates jriven.
John S. Cain, Propr., 130 South Tentn.
A Close Shave
A haircut, or anything elee
you want a barber to do for
you, at the
Y. M. C. A. Barbkii Shop,
13TH AND 1 STREETS.
"square" pi ices
THE UNIQUE, 1230 0 ST
t Hill & Co.
will make w
clean your suits with Lt.sfact.on1.
I 1222 0 Street. Phono AS72
117 5SSS:-1 P- E. DePUTRON
What Do You
In the line of fiction,
that you would like
to have? Come in
and look over our
stock. It's always
Wilson & Hall
BOOKSELLERS AND STATIONERS,
1123 0 STREET.
1514 0 St.
YOU CAN FIND IT
y inserting a notice in the Daily Ne
'trnakan at one cent a wor'l per insertion.
High Class Work
SEND TO THE
Local and Personal.
Eat at Hendry's, 1?N. 11th.
FIno furs, Steele, 143 do. 12th.
The Hygienic Cafe, 316 So. 12th st.
C. 10. Itrown, dertist. Burr block.
Steele, the furrier, 113 S 12th st.
Bass Photographic Studio, 102(5 O
utreet. INone better.
A special sale of shoes at Webster
& Rogers. 104:t O street.
For sheet music and supplies co
to tho Mathews Piano Co., 1120 O
Mont. H. Case is pledged to Delta
Miss Nettle lhirllngamo will not
attend school next semester.
Washington and Leo University re
quires its professors and intsructors
to wear caps and gowns in class room
Over forty per cent of the students
of Columbia hold degrees.
"The College Student and Ills Prob
lems '' Is the title of a book written
by Bx-Clianccllor Canflcld, which
has just been uublisned. Copies of
the work have been received at tho
Delta Kappa Epsilon has recently
given a charter to a chapter at Stan
A course of instruction in tho
dialects, customs ana manners of tho
Filipinos has been added to tho
curriculum of Johns Hopkins Uni
versity. 'Mr Ilcdgcock and Mr. Sheldon read
papers at tho Uotanical Seminar
last Thursday afternoon.
Mr. Morrell manager of the basket
ball team has received tho contracc
for a gamo with Minnesota at Minne
apolis, February l.r. A game is
scheduled with SlouxUity for the lYEh.
Mr. Cross has somo line specimens
of Begonias In bloom in the green
house. There are also somo beautiful
Of course you'll have to keep your room warm this winter
Gregory, the Coal Man
Has the Scuff
Eleventh and O Streets
Osborn's Old Book Store
131 North 12th St.
Miss Pcrtha Carney's mother haR
been visiting hur the lust few aays.
Tho Nebraska Acadomy of Science
will meot in Lincoln January 24-25.
Papers will bo road by some of the
Tho products of tho Dairymen's
Association will bo on exhibition, Tn
the Grant Memorial Hall, threo days
beginning with Wcdesday January 22.
Tho meeting which was to have
been hold last night in tlic old chapel
under tho auspices of tho Agncnltur
al school, was postponed owing to
tho inclemency of the weather. Ad
dresses were to havo boon mado by
Chancellor Andrews and ex-Governor
Tho annual Dairy exhibition will
bo held in tho Armory this week.
The exhibits will all be hero by Wed
nesday, it is hoped. This annual
event has always proven of great in
terest to tho 8tuaont8 and professors
and will doubtless do so this year.
During tills exhibition the regular
gymnasium work will be discontinued.
C. E. Teach and l). E. Thomas
have been appointed manager and
caotaln of the Senior Hasket-Uall
The annual "Hop" of Cj. It
given tho second week in M
Wa h'i Hall.
MilesIIouok, who was In sell
year, visited at tho Phi Delt
ool las i
"Pete" Milans spent a few days
In Lincoln last week.
Georgo Llbbv. or Atlantic, Iowa,
visited friends In the city over Sun
day. Murray Townsend returned yester
day from a visit in Tecum soli.
A fund of :0,000 Is held at Minne
sota for tho assistance of needy stu
dents. Tho following tetter has been re
ceived from J. II. Johnston, '94, wlu
is now county attorney at Miles City,
"Inclosed lind P. O. Order for
3.00 in payment lor my subscription
for tho Daily Nobraskan. I congrat
ulate you upon tho Dally, and I sin
coroly trust that it has oumo to stay."
LOST AND FOUND NOTICES"
in the Daily Nebraskan,
one cent per word per in
sertion. No notice for less
than ten cents.
Southorn California ito loroly
eonsld i rPBiTtP, oraogo groves
beautiful gnrdonu and quaint
old illusion towns uro
Visited Every Year
by thousands of tourists who
Over the Union Pacific
bocnurc it iG tho best and qulclr
oet route nnd the only hoc run
ning through trans to Culi'or
rna ficm Omaha
In ndJition to the Pullman Pal
ace Sleepers tho Union Pa
cific runs Pullman Ordinary
Sleepers every duy.
Train Leading Lincoln at 1:45 P.M.
These Ordinary Cars nro Per
sonally Conducted over? Tuos
day nnd Thursday from Chicago
nnd ovory Wednesday and Fri
day from Otnuha. A Pullman
Ordinary Blooper also Icuvos
Omaha evory TuetcUy at 11:30
p. in. for Los Angofes
Full informat.on choerfully furbished
E. H. SLOSSOV, Agent
DR. J. J. DAVIS,
Eyes Examined Tree. Prlcei Reasonable.
1238 O Street, LS-
The Pioneer .
Finest of Toll.ts
First class Service
W. J. WJIITFORD. PJioiMUKTOlt
113 South 11th St., Lincoln, Nob,
Is the stuff
made of. It's
five cents a.
r; w. maxwell ca.
win O fltreot and 200 South 11th Street
BEST OP RATES TO STUDENTS. L
Portrait ail Luslcape ftetegrapkei
ise dentil ntli Street.
LINCOLN, - - NEBRASKA.
OALLERV ESTABLISHED 1871.
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